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St. Martin's Press

St. Martin's Press
Parent company Verlagsgruppe Georg von Holtzbrinck)
Founded 1952 (1952)
Country of origin United Kingdom
Headquarters location London
Key people Thomas Dunne, Jennifer Enderlin
Imprints Minotaur, St. Martin's Griffin, Thomas Dunne Books
Official website .comstmartins

St. Martin's Press is a book publisher headquartered in the George Witte.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Imprints 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

science fiction, fantasy, and thrillers).

Recognized for the breadth of its list, St. Martin's publishes such authors as Sherrilyn Kenyon, M. K. Asante, Charlotte Bingham, John Bingham, Dan Brown, Barbara Taylor Bradford, Ken Bruen, Augusten Burroughs, Stephen J. Cannell, Ben Coes, Jackie Collins, Jennifer Crusie, Charles Cumming, Janet Evanovich, Diane Fanning, Julian Fellowes, Amanda Filipacchi, Joseph Finder, Lauren Fix, Frederick Forsyth, Brigitte Gabriel, James Herriot, Murry Hope, Simon Kernick, Lisa Kleypas, Robert Ludlum, Robert Pagliarini, Gayle Lynds, Joseph Olshan, Michael Palmer, Robin Pilcher, Patrick Quinlan, Cathy Scott, Susan Arnout Smith, Wilbur Smith, Erica Spindler, Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez, Shannon Delany, Jeff Hertzberg, and Darryl Wimberley. It also publishes the New York Times crossword puzzle books.

Its textbook division, Bedford-St. Martin's, was founded in 1981. In 1984, St. Martin's became the first major trade-book publisher to release its hardcover books by its in-house mass-market paperback company, St. Martin's Mass Market Paperback Co., Inc., founded by current President and Publisher Sally Richardson under the stewardship of then-President Thomas McCormack (with the assistance of entertainment consultant Maura E. Lynch).

Imprints

  • St. Martin's Press (mainstream and bestseller books)
  • St. Martin's True Crime Library (true crime paperback books)
  • St. Martin's Griffin (mainstream trade paperback books, including romance)
  • Minotaur (Mystery, suspense, and thrillers)
  • Picador (specialty books)
  • Thomas Dunne Books (suspense and mainstream)
  • Tor Books, science fiction imprint, purchased by St. Martin's in 1986
  • Truman Talley Books (business and speciality books)

References

  1. ^ "Amazon shares slip; Macmillan titles still missing". Seattle Times. February 1, 2010. Retrieved 2012-09-27. 

External links

  • Official website
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